Diabetes discussion forum for all. Supported by Diabetes UK, but run and managed by an independent team of volunteers with...
Blog about growing up and family life following their daughter's diagnosis with T1.
One person's positive spin on living with T1.
A blog post written to parents of children with T1D by Jess, a 16 year old with T1D. Jess shares 7 tips about starting secondary...
Diabulimia: The World's Most Dangerous Eating Disorder. A BBC documentary following three people living with type 1 diabetes and...
Thoughts on living well with diabetes
30 years of diabetes - a post reflecting back on changes over 3 decades.
Post from Amber (Diabetes Geek) about disordered eating with type 1 diabetes.
Superhero-style comic about type 1 diabetes diagnosis.
You Can Do This is a grassroots video movement by and for people with diabetes: validation and encouragement through honest...
Complex Care Plan. DWED - Diabetics With Eating Disorders is a charity providing support, advocacy and training for people...
A blog post from beta-betic about living with type 1 diabetes - “You can carry on with your normal life, you just need to carry...
A blog post about a particular hypo episode and its effects on friends and family
Post from t1resources' own Mike, who sat on the NICE guideline committee, about the new HbA1c guidance of aiming for 6.5%...
Type 1 blog explaining the personal pro's and con's of a pump holiday i.e. returning to MDI for a brief time.
Diabetes Hands Foundation (US charity for diabetes)
Thoughts from US blogger and diabetes writer Will Dubois about making New Year's Resolutions about your type 1 diabetes.
Blog about combatting diabetes burnout in teenagers.
Thoughts about dates and dating from a 17 year old. Beyond Type 1 is an American family and adolescent focused website.
Father's blog about caring for child with type 1 diabetes.
Amber writes a blog aimed at parents of children diagnosed with T1.
Blog about diabetes burnout by Ellie Huckle.
Blog about marriage and living with T1DM for partners.
Blog looking at a LADA diagnosis later in life from a partner's perspective.